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Trout Streams of Pennsylvania back in print

Published by Dave Kile [dkile] on 06/09/2010 (3960 reads)
dwight landisOne of my favorite fly-fishing books is back in print after several years. Trout Streams of Pennsylvania: An Angler's Guide, 3rd edition by Dwight Landis is must have book for anyone who spends any time fly-fishing in Pennsylvania. .

Landis provides an amazing amount of detail covering the most important streams across the state. Inspired by the streams and their surrounding landscapes, he wrote this 1st edition of this Pennsylvania fly-fishing guidebook in 1991 at a time when there were very few books of it's type.

His book was one of the inspirations for and I personally pack his book with me as I trek out on my fly-fishing jaunts.

The reprinted 3rd edition (no changes) can be found at many local fly shops and online Trout Streams of Pennsylvania: An Angler's Guide, Third Edition.

An interview with Dwight on Paflyfish can be found here.
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Published: 2010/6/10 10:00  Updated: 2010/6/10 10:00
Joined: 03/26/2007
Comments: 10
 Re: Trout Streams of Pennsylvania back in print
Got it. If you plan to fly fish in PA, here's a book you should own.
Published: 2010/6/11 6:31  Updated: 2010/6/11 6:31
Joined: 05/29/2009
From: harlansburg
Comments: 605
 Re: Trout Streams of Pennsylvania back in print
bought it when it first came out many years ago, needless to say, it is getting a little worn out!! might have to retire it and pick up a new copy!
Published: 2010/6/11 9:44  Updated: 2010/6/11 9:44
Joined: 05/10/2007
From: Elizabethtown, PA
Comments: 8
 Re: Trout Streams of Pennsylvania back in print
I also rarely leave home on a fishing trip without it. I especially like the maps and clear directions to access areas. But I always wonder, how can one guy fish so many places all over the state? :)
Published: 2010/6/11 12:06  Updated: 2010/6/11 12:06
Joined: 05/29/2008
From: Lititz/Huntingdon
Comments: 43
 Re: Trout Streams of Pennsylvania back in print
Yep, I have this one also. Kinda funny how most guys state that they take it along with them when they go fishing. I usually take it with me, along with "Trout Streams and Hatches of Pennsylvania" by Meck. Another darn near must have. If you don't have um, get um. It's like have'n with you without the computer.
Nice blog on this Dkile. It's nice to see I'm in good company with the books I read.
Published: 2010/6/11 12:38  Updated: 2010/6/11 12:38
Joined: 10/12/2006
Comments: 7
 Re: Trout Streams of Pennsylvania back in print
Any plans on a 4th Edition ?
Published: 2010/8/24 17:51  Updated: 2010/8/24 17:51
Joined: 08/24/2010
From: Hummelstown
Comments: 25
 Re: Trout Streams of Pennsylvania back in print
Does it include all the smaller native streams that usually aren't on the map?

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